Wellington Genealogy Group
Wellington Genealogy Group





Member of GAR post 219


Charles Horton

Julian C. Paul

Age: 48
Birthplace: Granger O.
Residence: Wellington O.
Occupation: Cooper
Entry into the Service
Date: Feb. 13"1865
Rank: Private
Co.: F
Regiment: 186" O.V.I.
Final Discharge
Date: Sept. 11"1865
Rank: Private
Co.: F
Regiment: 186" O.V.I.
Length of Service: 7 months
Cause of Discharge: Order War Dept.
Date of Muster into the G.A.R.: Nov. 22"1882
When Honorably Discharged:
When Suspended:
When Dropped:
Where Buried: Greenwood, Wellington, O.
Nature of Wounds Received: applied for headstone Mch 11-1935
When and in what Engagements Wounded:
Remarks: Died Dec. 13, 1915

Obituary


Wellington Enterprise 15 Dec 1915 pg 4

Death of Mr. Paull.
Comrade J.C. Paull, died at 8:20 p.m. Monday night, after a long illness. He was a member of Hamlin Post, and a valued citizen. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today, from the Christian church.

Wellington Enterprise 29 Dec 1915 pg 2

Julian Carlton Paull.
Julian Carlton Paull was born May 9th, 1834 in Granger, Ohio, and died at his home in Wellington, December 13th, 1915. He was married on November 6, 1858 to Lura McIntire. Of this marriage four children were born, Ella C., Chas. H., Etta C., and Ray C., of whom the first two named survive him.

For many years, Brother Paull has been a resident of Wellington. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Co. K, 186th O.V.I. and he will be greatly missed by his comrades of the G.A.R.

Always a man of high moral character and sterling integrity, it was not until he was about 55 years of age that he made an open profession of his faith in Christ and united with the Church of Christ, since that time he has been a faithful and consistent Christian, serving the church as a loyal member in the ranks and also in a number of official stations.

Brother Paull was quiet in manner, but a man of convictions, firm and unswerving in the path of duty. He never boasted of his service to his country, and although a sufferer from ill health he never complained. He always seemed the same quiet unassuming, cheerful man and brother. Made lonely by the death his wife some two years ago, he had the tender ministry of children and grand-children until the end. His life path has surely been that of the just, which the scripture says “Shineth more and more unto the perfect day.”

The funeral services were held at the Church of Christ on Wednesday last, Rev. Alanson Wilcox, the pastor officiating. A profusion of beautiful flowers expressed the regard and sympathy of many friends. The casket was draped with the national colors, and members of Hamlin Post bore the body to its last resting place in Greenwood Cemetery.